MEETING THE BAR: PALINDROMES

PERSPECTIVE

Child

innocent and pure

before God

becomes man

in authority

Man becomes

god before

pure and innocent

Child.

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For DVERSE POETS” prompt – Palindromes.

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17 comments

  1. You had to break the Palindrome to have it make some sense. But even then we are left with hints of incarnation or dominence. Unclear — but so is much of poetry.

    • Thanks. I think I was inspired by one of William Wordsworth’s poem here – the child is the father of the man – or something like that. Wait, did I attribute it to the right poet? 🙂

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